It’s amusing that Jennifer Lopez wanted to reserve her “private” wedding-day moments for On the JLo.
After video from the “Marry Me” actress’ opulent Georgia wedding performance for the “Argo” director emerged, Lopez expressed her disgust in a remark on Instagram on Saturday.
Lopez recently wrote that the picture was taken without their permission, and whoever did that took advantage of their private moment. She said that they have nondisclosure agreements signed by their guests, so they have no idea how people found the snaps. Jennifer Lopez wrote that they decided to keep their wedding private before plugging the newsletter.
Jennifer Lopez added that anything she puts out private is OnTheJLo to share only with her fans. She said she would do that when she was ready to do so. JLo said she was not ready to share her wedding photos, and someone stole the pictures without consent and sold them for money, which was hurtful to her.
Jennifer Lopez’s Upset Wedding Photos Got Leaked Even After Guests Signed NDA:
The story of Lopez’s private performance for her fourth husband has undergone several twists and turns, starting with the jewelry designer Mikimoto who leaked the information in a press release before retracting it and calling it “misinformation.”
According to the press release, the 53-year-old “Hustlers” star performed with backup dancers and singers while donning the brand’s Prestige White South Sea Cultured Pearl Earrings with Diamonds set in Platinum ($53,000).
The “Waiting for Tonight” singer changed into a Ralph Lauren gown with a chandelier-inspired design for the couple’s reception, draped with thousands of cascading strings of pearls.
The wedding, held in Affleck’s Georgia plantation-style house, included three Ralph Lauren creations, including the jaw-dropping gown.
The pair began dating in the early 2000s and officially wed in July in Las Vegas.